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  • A PLOS Collection Tsetse Genome Biology

    Tsetse flies are important vectors of human and animal diseases that adversely impact life in sub-Sahara Africa. A community of tsetse researchers (International Glossina Genome Initiative) have been…

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  • A PLOS Collection Visceral Leishmaniasis and HIV Co-Infection

    HIV has been identified as one of the emerging challenges for visceral leishmaniasis (VL) control. HIV infection dramatically increases the risk of progression from asymptomatic infection towards…

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  • A PLOS Collection Marine Megafauna: Anatomy Functional Morphology and Energetics

    This section of the Marine Megafauna collection provides examples of studies addressing the anatomy, functional morphology and energetics of large ocean organisms, highlighting the constaints of…

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  • A PLOS Collection NeuroMapping and Therapeutics

    The Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics(SBMT)is a non-profit organization that encourages scientists in areas of brain mapping, engineering, stem cells, nanotechnology, imaging, and medical…

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  • A PLOS Collection Editor’s Picks: Stem Cell Research

    Stem cell research covers a broad range of topics, from disease modelling to cellular plasticity and reprogramming. This diversity is highlighted in the program for the Annual Meeting for the…

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  • A PLOS Collection Marine Megafauna: Social and Behavioral Ecology

    This section of the Marine Megafauna collection provides examples of studies focused on the social and behavioral ecology of large marine organisms, highlighting how scientists study the complex…

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  • A PLOS Collection Biodiversity of Saba Bank

    Saba Bank is the largest submarine atoll in the Atlantic Ocean, adjacent to the nearby island of Saba, in the Netherlands Antilles. The submerged platform is ~2200 sq km, with a 50 km fringing reef…

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  • A PLOS Collection Sauropod Gigantism: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach

    Sauropod dinosaurs were the largest terrestrial animals to roam the Earth, exceeding all other land-dwelling vertebrates in both mean and maximal body size. While convergently evolving many features…

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  • A PLOS Collection Structural Biology & Human Health: Medically Relevant Proteins from the SGC

    This collection of articles represents some of the research highlights from the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC). The SGC is an international public-private partnership that determines three…

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  • A PLOS Collection The POST Collection

    The Pacific Ocean Shelf Tracking (POST) Program seeks to advance understanding of the movement and behavior of marine animals through the use of a large-scale acoustic telemetry and data management…

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